Grand Polaire Japanese Wine Set - White Wine “Izumi” with 3 Types of Pickles

Seller: Tomiya
Producer: Sapporo Beer
ID: 75
A refreshing, crisp Japanese white wine, “Esprit de Vin Japonais” Izumi, paired with a variety of Japanese pickles.
¥ 4,250
Add to Cart
For every order you place,
byFood will donate 10 meals
This set includes a wine selected from the premium series of Japanese wines produced in Japan by Sapporo Grand Polaire and three snacks in a bottle. Sapporo Grand Polaire Esprit de Vin Japonais Izumi -SEN- 720ml Shirakami Sanchi Garlic Pickles Akita Myoga Pickles (Ume Jiso Flavor) Yuzawa Warabi and Kelp Pickled in Soy Sauce Grand Polaire wines are the beautiful star of Japanese wines. The name comes from “grand” meaning “great” and “polaire” which translates to “the north star.” These premium wines capture the terroir of the varied Japanese climates of Hokkaido, Nagano, Yamanashi, and Okayama, emphasizing the distinct personalities of the regional grapes. By mainly utilizing grapes that are indigenous to Japan, these Japanese wines make a lovely match for everyday dishes in Japan. Enjoy the unique taste of Japanese wine with its refreshing aroma and subtle astringency and acidity. Wine: White, slightly dry Best drinking temperature: 5-7℃. Food recommendations: This wine is easy to pair with everyday dishes. Pickled Garlic from the Shirakami Mountains An original product of Tomiya Shoten, this pickled garlic is made with transparent soy sauce and garlic from the Shirakami Sanchi area. Pickled garlic can be enjoyed in numerous ways: as a side dish and palate cleanser, in dressings, and as a topping for salads and pasta.The pickle juice can even make for a delicious seasoning, simply drizzled over grilled fish. Akita Myoga Pickles (Ume Jiso Flavor) Made with ume (Japanese plum) and shiso (perilla leaf), these delicious pickled myoga from Akita prefecture are the perfect condiment to perk up any meal. Slice it thinly or chop it into small pieces to use it as a condiment, or use the juice as a dressing. Yuzawa Warabi and Kelp Pickled in Soy Sauce Made with warabi (bracken) from Akita Prefecture, kelp from Hokkaido, and soy sauce from Ishimago Shoten, a brewer in Yuzawa, these pickles are a tasty snack that can also be used to jazz up white rice, or any other dish.
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 2450 gr
  • Product height: 9 cm
  • Product width: 34 cm
  • Product length: 22 cm
Grand Polaire Japanese Wine Set - White Wine “Izumi” with 3 Types of Pickles is produced in Hokkaido prefecture.
Sapporo Beer
Hokkaido Prefecture
Sapporo Beer is Japan’s oldest beer brand. Its adventurous founder, Seibei Nakagawa, left Japan at the age of 17 and became Japan’s first German-trained brewer. After returning to his home country in 1976, he established Sapporo Beer. In 1964, sales of Sapporo beer began in the United States, and today, it is the top-selling Asian beer brand in the U.S.